Harry Redknapp has put his hand up for the Tottenham job should Antonio Conte leave before the end of the season.
Conte is set to leave Spurs before the end of the international break, with senior players believing the Italian will not be in charge when they travel to face Everton on April 3 after the international break.
Redknapp was in charge at White Hart Lane for almost four years before his departure in the summer of 2012, but seeing the likes of Roy Hodgson and Neil Warnock return to management, with Crystal Palace and Huddersfield respectively, has got the 76-year-old considering his own future after six years out of work.
“If someone asks you, I think it would be hard to say no, I'll be truthful," he told talkSPORT when asked if he would be open to taking a job at Tottenham. “When you love it, you do find it hard to say no, as Roy and Neil would agree."
On whether chairman Daniel Levy had been in contact, he added: “No definitely not, that has not happened.
“But you look at what you're doing now, sitting around, having a game of golf, and it's not the money, it's the challenge, you love it, the buzz of it, winning a game is a fantastic feeling. It's hard to say no."